Impacts to Electronic Shipping Solutions
See how the Intelligent Mail® package barcode (IMpb) will impact your electronic shipping solution.
For technical questions, please find the appropriate contact in the following document:
|FedEx® Compatible Solutions Program||FedEx Compatible Solutions Program (CSP) providers will upgrade to the IMpb supporting software version of FedEx Ship Manager® Server (11.0.4 or 12.0x).
FedEx Web Services CSP providers are currently eligible to adopt and certify the IMpb barcode and label. Once a provider is IMpb certified, the IMpb functionality will be enabled for their customers automatically. No version upgrades are required.
|FedEx Specification Based||Customers utilizing a label specification to ship FedEx SmartPost® will need to code to the new IMpb label and electronic transmission specifications. FedEx will contact you to begin the migration process. You can also contact your sales representative to receive the new IMpb label and EPDI specifications or discuss possible FedEx® proprietary shipping solutions.|
|FedEx Return Manager®||Customers automatically received the IMpb functionality between January 22, 2012 and March 5, 2012.|
|FedEx Ship Manager®||Customers will automatically receive a download or be contacted by a Customer Integration Consultant (CIC) to schedule a time to upgrade when the IMpb compliant software version 2600 is available in Fall 2012. More details on your compliancy date will follow.|
|FedEx Ship Manager® at fedex.com||Customers automatically received the IMpb functionality between January 22, 2012 and March 5, 2012.|
|FedEx Ship Manager® Server||Customers will need to upgrade to the IMpb supporting software version 11.0.4 or 12.0x.|
|FedEx Web Services||Customers automatically received the IMpb functionality between January 22, 2012 and March 5, 2012.|
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